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    #1

    any more

    Hello guys,
    Let's say you have an argument with someone on forums.
    Then you want to stop saying anything to them and write:
    You aren't worthy any more keypresses.

    Do you think this sentence is grammatically okay?
    I could also say "any further keypresses".

    Cheers!

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    #2

    Re: any more

    I don't know about the grammar but it'll only show your lack of arguments.

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    #3

    Re: any more

    @anreak:
    Not if you have already said enough and your "opponent" doesn't understand it
    (Anyway, it was a fictional example )

    @Gillnetter:
    Yes, I know both words but I agree that key strokes (or even key-strokes) sounds better.

    Thanks!

    Cheers!

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